Karen Anderson

I-Team: How Safe Is The Glass In Your Home?The I-Team uncovers a hidden danger that could be in homes, offices or even schools.
What Happens To Guns Seized In Boston?On Thursday, Boston Police brought a truck full of 353 guns to an Everett recycling facility.
Marathon Bombing Survivor Gives Husband A Flash Mob For Valentine's DayA flash mob at Copley Place included Boston Marathon bombing survivors, nurses and social workers who treated them, their families, friends and supporters.
I-Team: Dentist Accused Of Billing State For Procedures Never PerformedIn recent years, the I-Team discovered not all of the MassHealth claims went to care for needy patients.
I-Team: Free MBTA Rides Could Be Costing Taxpayers Millions A problem revealed by the I-Team could be costing taxpayers $10 million a year.
I-Team: Patients Feeling Effects Of New Medicare Bidding ProgramExperts say a new cost-cutting Medicaid program comes at too high a cost.
Bruins Coach Claude Julien Following Terror Threats At OlympicsBoston Bruins Head Coach and Team Canada Assistant Coach Claude Julien is following the threats at the Olympic Games.
Rep. Keating In Russia For Marathon Investigation, Olympic Security Briefings U.S. Rep. William Keating says a congressional committee's investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings has reinforced that the biggest threat to the U.S. is the radicalization of homegrown terrorists.
Eye On Education: Patrick Announces Task Force To Improve School SafetyState officials say many schools in Massachusetts are not prepared for an emergency situation.
Effort To Repeal Mass. Buffer Zone Law Reaches Supreme Court A group of protesters is trying to repeal a Massachusetts law that requires them to stay 35 feet away from the doors of reproductive health centers and they’re taking their case to the Supreme Court.
I-Team: The Hidden Dangers Of Solar PanelsMore homeowners and businesses are turning to solar energy save money. That may be good news for the environment, but it is also concerning for firefighters.
Chief William Gross Credits Mother, Neighborhood For Achieving DreamOn Thursday, William Gross became the first African American Superintendent in Chief of the Boston Police Department, the #2 person on the force.
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